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Heritage Standard H-530 Semi-Hollow Cherry w/case

This fully hollow, double cutaway is the lightest guitar in our lineup. Constructed using the same laminate maple rim set as our H-535 model, the open construction and lack of a full center block, allows this guitar to breathe naturally. The addition of a set of Lollar P-90s, provides warm and growling tones that many players seeking a vintage tone desire.

The H-530 is for those looking for a thinline hollow body with versatility to play both jazz and rock.

  • Body Material: Laminated Curly Maple (Top & Body)
  • Body Color: Trans Cherry
  • Body Finish: Nitrocellulose
  • Rim Wood: Solid Curly Maple
  • Fretboard Material: Rosewood
  • Fretboard Radius: 12"
  • Fret Size: Jescar Medium/Jumbo
  • Nut Material: Corian
  • Neck Profile: Standard
  • Neck Wood: Genuine Mahogany
  • Scale Length: 24-3/4"
  • No. of Frets: 22
  • Fretboard Inlays: Dots
  • Pickup: Lollar Dogear P90 (Neck & Bridge)
  • Controls: 2 x Volume, 2 x Tone, 3-Way Toggle
  • Electronics: CTS 500K Potentiometers, Vishay .022uF Capacitors, Switchcraft Toggle Switch and Pure Tone Input Jack
  • Bridge: Locking Bridge and Trapeze Tailpiece
  • Strings: GHS Boomers 10-46
  • Tuning Machines: Grover
  • Hardware Finish: Nickel
  • Control Knobs: Black Top Hat
  • Switch Tip: Black
  • Case: TKL



ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Standard H-530 Semi-Hollow Cherry w/case
Categories
Made In
  • United States
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Body Type
  • Semi-Hollow Body
Number of Strings
  • 6-String

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